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E11I077H 12-17-2012 08:17 PM

Smithing?
 
How do i get a decent smithing level, throughout my whole game, i never really stuck to smithing and i am now only level 30, and i want the Daedric Armour.

Is there a good method for smithing, that is fast or profitable

Thanks in Advance

GeneralCurry726 12-17-2012 08:39 PM

The mostly widely used method is probably crafting iron daggers since the ingredients are readily available. If you want, enchant them after you make them to raise that level, and then sell them to make money.

Apple2Forever 12-18-2012 01:28 AM

If you have Hearthfire, you can level up fairly quickly grinding out hinges.

t3rm3y 12-18-2012 04:16 PM

didnt think the daggers worked anymore? better to do gold ingots and make jewelry, the more expensive the item the higher up you level / more xp you earn.. regarding the hinges - how quick do they level you compared to the old way with daggers?

SyntheticDr3ams 12-18-2012 04:36 PM

also looking for help in this area, i've been making daggers but want to know if there is a faster way. also no DLC yet.

GeneralCurry726 12-18-2012 04:41 PM

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Originally Posted by SyntheticDr3ams (Post 5468240)
also looking for help in this area, i've been making daggers but want to know if there is a faster way. also no DLC yet.

Oghma Infinium level up glitch if that stuff doesn't bother you. I'd link the vid for it but do how....lol

ICT Venom 12-20-2012 08:43 PM

If you have dwarven smithing, just make dwarven bows. You can make alot of ingots from just picking up the scrap dwarven material in dwarven ruins. If I remember right, you can get close to 100 ingots per ruin. I find this method works much faster than the old iron dagger method since the patch that changed how it levels.

Nitnoid 12-20-2012 10:06 PM

You could always clear your cache and reload the game. When it asks for you to update, decline and play offline until you get your smithing up.

ChickinOnaChain 12-20-2012 10:09 PM

I did quite a few daggers at first and it helps but the Oghma Infinium book glitch was my choice in the end. Saves a lot of time.

GeneralCurry726 12-21-2012 12:36 AM

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Originally Posted by ChickinOnaChain (Post 5472813)
I did quite a few daggers at first and it helps but the Oghma Infinium book glitch was my choice in the end. Saves a lot of time.

I heard that! Especially when your first save glitches on you and you have to start again....still gotta love Bethesda! :Bounce:

ChickinOnaChain 12-21-2012 01:19 AM

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Originally Posted by GeneralCurry726 (Post 5473033)
I heard that! Especially when your first save glitches on you and you have to start again....still gotta love Bethesda! :Bounce:

You either read a post I made about my first save glitching and me doing the book gimmick or you have ESP. And yeah, I still love the game.

GeneralCurry726 12-21-2012 01:23 AM

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Originally Posted by ChickinOnaChain (Post 5473076)
You either read a post I made about my first save glitching and me doing the book gimmick or you have ESP. And yeah, I still love the game.

No that same thing happened to me lolololol!

ChickinOnaChain 12-21-2012 03:24 AM

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Originally Posted by GeneralCurry726 (Post 5473093)
No that same thing happened to me lolololol!

WOW! Birds of a feather! *up top* SLAP!

Cpt Slaughter 02-01-2013 06:21 PM

Go to Whiterun and buy leather materials from the blacksmith. Then go over to the forge and craft leather gauntlets until you run out. When you run out, wait 48 hours (Skyrim time) for her supplies to restock. By making these, your smithing skill should go up very fast.


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